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Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
Isw complete overview land
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  • 1. INSTRUCTIONAL SKILLS WORKSHOPPlease introduce yourself to the peoplearound youWhen was the last time you meaningfulfeedback that caused your teaching andstudent learning to improve?How many of you would like to be in a safeenvironment where you receive meaningfuland powerful feedback?
  • 2. TestimonyPer sonal and Gr oupand National – Briefhistor y  Objective  Introduce the concept of ISW and provide a working model for instructional feedback plus additions Participant goals
  • 3. ISW OVERVIEW • DAY ONE Workshop Basics • Lesson Development DAYS TWO, THREE, & FOUR • Opening, Post personal goals, & click • Formative feedback • Cycles • Theme session • Issues assignments
  • 4. 40:00 Minute TYPICAL LESSON CYCLEPREPARATION 10 minutes Room set up Organize aids Special Instructions-requestsLESSON 10 minutes Teach a mini-lesson of your choice-new lessons and topics are best, they help you to focus on process more.WRITTEN FEEDBACK 7 minutes Use formalized formsVERBAL BACK 13 minutes Feedback discussion lead by facilitator
  • 5. MINI-LESSON "BASICS" BRIDGE-IN – Does the opening create interest ? LEARNING OBJECTIVE- Is it clear? IS IT REALISTIC PRE-TEST – Do you know what they know? • PARTICIPATORY LEARNING- How many ways do you engage the student. POST TEST How do you know what they learned?
  • 6. WECOME TO B.O.P.P.P.• BRIDGE IN• OBJECTIVE• PRE-TEST• PARTICIPATORY LEARNING• POST TEST
  • 7. EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK2. Be Descriptive I saw… I heard … I felt…2. Be Specific The print on the power point was difficult for me to read.3 Focus on behavior You faced to the left side of the room the whole time4 Directed for improvement It would be helpful for me if there was more dialogue5 Caring intent/manner
  • 8. REMEMBER DESCRIPTIVE SPECIFIC BEHAVIOR FOCUSED ON IMPROVEMENT WITH CARING INTENT
  • 9. BRIDGE-IN• How do you interest your students in the topic you are going to teach?• How do you create meaning/ connect your students from where they are to your lesson?
  • 10. OBJECTIVE •OBJECTIVEAre you clear about what you want to achieve?Can you express it simply?
  • 11. PRE-TESTCHECK FOR CURRENT
  • 12. PATICIPATORYHOW ARE YOU GOINGTO GET YOURSTUDENTS INVOLVEDIN THE LESSONCONTENT?
  • 13. POST TEST WHAT DID THEY LEARN?
  • 14. BE SPECIFIC THE MORE SPECIFIC YOU ARE THE MORE HELPFUL YOU ARE. FOCUS ON THE TARGET
  • 15. FOCUS ON BEHAVIOR WHAT ARE THEY DOING?
  • 16. FOCUS ON IMPROVEMENTWHAT WOULD MAKE THIS LESSONBETTER FOR YOU?
  • 17. CARING INTENTWE ONLY WANT WHATS BESTFOR EACH OTHER!
  • 18. BE DESCRIPTIVE WHAT DID YOU SEE? WHAT DID YOU HEAR? WHAT DID YOU FEEL?

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